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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ourselves. Just as we walked out, we saw a huge line ahead for the Van Gogh museum, but we avoided he place. Also in front of this place was an open ground called the Vonldelpark, where the word Amsterdam was sculpted and people were curiously taking pictures with the text sculpture. We were famished with hunger so we chose to visit a cafe in Leidseplein called The bull dog cafe. Recommended by a friend it lived up to all expectations. The chicken wings I ordered along with beer ...
... and they'd probably ban her from the bus for disrespecting their property. The kicks dropped just a couple an hour for the last hour but still not enough time for me to get a decent rest.
I really had no plan to get a hostel here but with the lack of sleep and nowhere to crash at the bus station for a couple of hours I make my way to a hostel that I've discovered has 24 hour reception. I get there and my night just gets worse. It's 7 am and ...
... eat near the hotel. Very crowded - especially around Mannekin Pis ( a statue of a little boy weeing!). Everyone seemed to be eating very large waffles topped with chocolate, fruit etc We tried one but won't rush back for another; very nice but VERY filling as the waffles are about 1.5cm thick.
Today, we boarded a hop-on, hop-off bus and toured the sites. One of the bus lines took us a bit further out where we saw the Atomium (a very ...
... Parliament and offices. This fact is a historical accident that is largely due to the utter lack of belief that a small country like Belgium could have any undue influence over the heads of continent. That's kind of a backhanded compliment. Anyway, it's Saturday night, this thing is going on and part of me feels like I should at least wander down and take a look. The other half is craving a pillow, a mattress and perhaps something for indigestion. We'll see soon which wins out.
... There are reports that during the time that King Leopald II was in power approximately 10 000 Congolese died (which was half the population at the time) from slavery and mistreatment. After the walking tour Merinda, Cam and I went in search of the giant smurf that is in Brussels somewhere but we were unsuccessful. The next morning Merinda and I said bye to Cam as he flew back home and Merinda and I caught the train to Paris.